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International Student Program
Brighton Secondary College welcomes students from many different cultures and backgrounds and recognises and values the contribution international students make to the life of the school.

The College has a first rate educational program for its international students, attracting a large number of students from countries including China, Japan, Germany, South Africa, and Italy.

Brighton Secondary College is situated in Brighton East, a beautiful bayside suburb located 10km from the city of Melbourne. Transport to the college is easy by train, tram or bus.

Academic Program
Brighton Secondary College has an excellent educational reputation with a very high retention rate into the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE). The college enjoys strong academic success, with the majority of our students successfully entering tertiary education, including the University of Melbourne, Monash University, Swinburne and RMIT.

Students have a wide range of subject choices - in 2015 the College is offering 28 subjects in year 11 and 29 subject in year 12.

Netbook Program
All students are required to purchase a College approved Netbook for use at Brighton Secondary College. Please see the document saved under Related Downloads on the left hand side titled 'Netbook Information for International Students 2016' for more information.
English Language Centre
An English Language Centre operates on site to cater for our International students. We offer a tailored course to suit the needs of students entering VCE through our Pre VCE program and small ESL classes at all levels.

More information
International Division, DET
Ph: +61 3 9651 3700
Fax: +61 3 9651 3981
ISPU website:
Mr Gary Agg, Manager, International Program
Phone: +61477 743 566 Email:

Jessica Luong, Coordinator International Program & Homestays
Phone: +61438 350 157 Email:
Saturday 29 April, 9am
Year 6 students for entry into Year 7 2018
Registration via Edutest
Wednesday 30 August, 12.30pm
Year 8 students for entry into Year 10 2018
Wednesday 30 August, 12.30pm
Compass Information
A Guide for Parents & Families